Sonya Harnett’s books cover difficult topics and at times portray kids behaving badly. Bookseller Tanya Turek says too many parents are deterred by bad behavior.
Teaching literacy to our youngest should be a top priority of any society. When money is an issue, charities can help. Where to you donate and why?
Let’s Read, a bold initiative to promote reading among preschool children in Gaza, launched at the Al-Shati refugee camp after overcoming many challenges.
Australian librarian Gavin Jones’s website offers age-specific book recommendations for people aged 10 to 16. It’s recipe for success? Simplicity.
Sourcebooks Associate Editor Aubrey Poole reports from the German Book Office Editors’ Trip about the state of children’s digital publishing in Germany.
Children’s book authors and illustrators from Kazakhstan visited NYC to share their love of literature with fellow publishing pros, finding much common ground.
Former in-house editor Emma Dryden on going solo and the growing need for unaffiliated editors and consultants in the changing children’s publishing market.
Sarah Odedina of the UK’s Hot Key Books surveys the children’s publishing and bookselling scene in Singapore and finds a robust, burgeoning marketplace.
AOL news platform Patch teamed up with James Patterson’s ReadKiddoRead Program to encourage kids to read this summer; 500,000 users already visited the site.
Nosy Crow is releasing its story books as updated enhanced apps with word tracking technology to assist children in learning to read. But will it work?